low-calorie snacks

Snacking is one of life’s great pleasures and any diet plan that bans food in between meals is going to be tough to follow. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all very well, but for true satisfaction from your daily diet a mid-morning and afternoon pick-me-up is nigh on essential. ForRead More →

Cook Healthy Chinese Food

When it comes to healthy eating, Chinese food gets a bit of a bad rap in the UK, undoubtedly down to our love of the oily sauces and luminous charms found in local takeaways. But many of the cooking techniques used at home are actually really healthy, says chef JeremyRead More →

kabab Calories

Kebabs are a late-night culinary institution in Britain, a classic pit stop on the drunken stumble home after a heavy session. But what exactly is lurking inside your pitta, and is it really as unhealthy as it’s made out to be? I’m at a takeaway in Stoke Newington, north LondonRead More →

peanut butter

At first glance, peanut butter’s place in the pantheon of healthy foods seems somewhat questionable, since it’s high in both fat and calories. However, take a step back and the wider picture reveals peanut butter’s merits, especially for anyone with an active lifestyle (and isn’t allergic to peanuts, obviously). ForRead More →